Pre-Trial Proceedings in Vestal Murder

By Lindsay Nielsen

April 26, 2012 Updated Apr 27, 2012 at 1:38 AM EST

(WBNG Binghamton) New details in the Vestal murder of 21-year-old David Fillers, that happened during the New Year's weekend.

Court documents reveal more information.

Alan Outman, 22, plead not guilty to three murder charges and one charge of sexual abuse.

Court documents accuse Outman and possibly others, indicating that Outman either alone or with one or more people forcefully subjected Fillers to sexual contact and caused Fillers' death.

It says Fillers was killed while Outman was committing the sexual abuse.

Multiple searches were conducted by law enforcement, one at a room at Davis College where Outman was a full time student.

Computers, CDs, clothing and other items were taken in as evidence during those searches.

Documents say Outman had recently enlisted in the National Guard.

As of Monday more than five witnesses were listed in the case.

Outman's Attorney Mark Loughran requested the state to turn over all the evidence involving the case.

Loughran also requested from the prosecution to know if anyone else has been or could be charged in relation to the crimes.

There was no mention of any plea deals at this time, Outman's Attorney says his client maintains his innocence.

Pre-trial motions are ongoing.

Action News received some documents and viewed others on Monday, but on Tuesday a judge had sealed them.

Action News went to Outman's home Thursday, his family declined to comment.